Ubuntu 13.10 from Linux has some new features to enjoy, but a recent video has been looking into these and has asked if it might be more about the dash this time? However, most of you would assume the new desktop has far more to offer because it being solid and comes with some useful new features.
The Ubuntu 13.10 in-depth video review, which was filmed direct from the Linux Action Show discusses a number of topics before it gets to the juicy bits. They point out how Ubuntu has a tough job carrying its momentum forward and has to work harder than its rivals.
We understand that Ubuntu 13.10 might have made massive changes to its dash, and so has gotten most of the attention. However, this being the fastest version of Ubuntu is a huge positive. One thing you might not realize is that a huge amount of work has been done behind the scenes from OpenStack and Canonical, which is discussed about 50 minutes in to the video.
Because the Ubuntu 13.10 does not start until 50 minutes in and some of what they discuss is a personal view, some Ubuntu users will see this more of a rant than a review, but they still have some interesting points to make.
Saucy Salamander is considered the most stable update as well, as there have not been many stability issues, although it is still early days. Another concern apart from the dash is that Ubuntu 13.10 might rely too heavily on its search feature, and could even invade your privacy, but would you agree? For more insight keep watching the video.
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